The Crockett Middle School Family would like to welcome Christina Arredondo to our campus! Ms. Arredondo's position as Student Advocate will allow her to work with our students through the counseling department. Please read through the Irving ISD Counseling Services announcement regarding Student Advocates in our schools which highlights Ms. Arredondo's extensive career working with students on their education goals. We look forward to Ms. Arredondo becoming a regular presence on our campus and influence on our students.
As we draw near to winter break there have been many opportunities to award student behavior and performance. These Students of the Week stood out as both determined and hard working. We are proud for them to join the final ranks of our Students of the Week for 2017. Congratulations to these six outstanding students and continue to shine on over our winter break!
Haleigh Tijerina, 6th Grade
Molly Trevino, 6th Grade
Angel Benitez, 7th Grade
Brisa Figueredo, 7th Grade
Jocelyn Gurierrez, 8th Grade
Brian Martinez, 8th Grade
Congratulations to sixth graders Moises and Sergio on placing first and second overall in the Annual Crockett Spelling Bee! The competition went fourteen rounds and the excitment was palpable! We look forward to cheering on these Cougars at our district Spelling Bee on January 4th!
Crockett faculty votes are in! We would like to congratulate Mr. Johnson as Teacher of the Month and Ms. Nutt as Staff Member of the Month for October! See My School webpage for details.
Parents please use the form linked above to complete the Parent Digital Citizenship class if you have not attended the previous classes offered on campus. ALL parents MUST complete the class as well as turn in paperwork and the technology fee in order to pick up student's iPad on October 6th.
On November 7, 2017; Dallas County residents voted on several propositions including “Proposition A” which pertains to the transportation services Dallas County Schools provides to Irving ISD and several other metro districts. Preliminary election results show the majority of residents voted to abolish Dallas County Schools. Irving ISD students and families can expect bus transportation to continue despite the election results. Click here to read a statement from Irving ISD.